a match made in luon heaven



As any lululemon yoginista knows, the Wunder Under is a staple of both our active and social wardrobes. They are versatile and move along with you. They will wick your sweat in yoga, and in the club dancing with your ladies.  As Elim has shown in her Wunder Under Challenge, these amazing crops go where you go, and now you can choose your rise!

The Wunder Groove Crop is here!

The Wunder Groove Crop is here!

So why did we mess with a classic? We were hearing in our stores, online and at the Guest Education Centre that the Wunder Under Crops were cherished, but that some of you would love to see the waistband from our classic Groove Pants added to them for a higher rise and more constructed waistline.

Wunder Under rise 1 inch or so than Wunder Groove Crop

Wunder Under rise 1 inch or so than Wunder Groove Crop

What rise does your bum prefer?

What rise does your bum prefer?

The Wunder Groove Crop has all the fantastic and original details of the Wunder Under Crop, but now you can choose your rise by selecting between the two crops. If you prefer a lower rise, stick with the Wunder Under. If you prefer to be tucked in close to your belly button and feel more supported in your waist, the Wunder Groove Crop is for you.

Tucked into Extended Side Angle

Tucked into Extended Side Angle

I personally prefer the Wunder Groove Crop as they tuck me in and hold me tight in Down Dog, freeing my mind of worry that my tummy is falling out. Whether I am getting my sweat on in spin class or on the track, they stay in place and I never have to fuss with pulling them into place. The marriage of the Wunder Under Crops and the Groove Pants are truly a match made in luon heaven -- at least, my legs and tummy seem to think so. Namaste!

Backyard fully tucked in and free to Spin into Petco Park!

Backyard fully tucked in and free to Spin into Petco Park!

Heather is an Educator at our San Diego Showroom, she is 5'6" and a size 6. She is also wearing an Intention Tank.

This Sweat Session occurred at Fit Athletic in downtown San Diego, California.

The Wunder Groove Crops are available online and at your local lululemon store!

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11 Comments »


i love the sunny and outdoor setting of the pictures. and it’s fun to see a new face modeling our lululemon gear! great post!!

Comment by Marisa — January 20, 2010 @ 4:29 am


I can see the sheen of the black pants, which makes me think she’s wearing the wrong size as when the threads stretch that much they become reflective …

Comment by jeff — January 20, 2010 @ 6:38 am


I think she looks great!

Comment by Yvonne — January 20, 2010 @ 9:02 am


I love that you selected an athletic model rather than the waif-thin one who models most of the clothes. I can relate more to this girl, and it’s nice seeing how the garments fit on someone who has some muscle tone!
The pants look amazing – I can’t wait to try them!

Comment by Jenn — January 20, 2010 @ 10:30 am


I love pants that hide my tummy too. especially when I’m running, so my chubs doesn’t flop around ;)

Comment by Harmony Loves — January 20, 2010 @ 10:45 am


I think that size looks great on her :)

Hooray for Wunder Unders!!!

Comment by Emily — January 20, 2010 @ 1:17 pm


Hey everyone thank you for the feedback.

Keep in mind, all of the people who appear in our posts are REAL people and not models. We will continue to post product reviews with athletes of a wide range of shapes, sizes, and preferred methods of sweating.

Thank you all for your comments, we read all of them and it helps us to create other useful product related posts!

Namaste.

Comment by Whitney — January 20, 2010 @ 1:36 pm


And on that note, thank you for making clothes that actually fit us petite people. :) Sadly it’s a rare occurence with most retailers.

Comment by Molly — January 20, 2010 @ 5:37 pm


Love the pants & your model is cute as can be. But show me these pants on a 5’8″ gal with a size 12 behind. I’m afraid something that looks so cute on Heather may not look so good on me…

Comment by Kirsten — January 20, 2010 @ 8:08 pm


What about having a Wonder Groove Pant?

Comment by Karen — January 29, 2010 @ 8:56 am


Will there be more wunder groove crops? I have one pair and adore them and am anxious to buy more, but they are sold out on the website and I don’t live near a store. Please tell me they weren’t just a seasonal item!!

Comment by Emily — January 30, 2010 @ 10:48 am


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